Google Opinion Rewards, the app that pays Android users for the privilege of answering surveys, is getting an update.
The update brings a long-requested feature: the ability to view the history of answered surveys. With the new update, beneath the dollar value of credits earned, one will find a listing of survey transactions, dates taken and amount earned.
This is especially useful for folks who have been using the app in the last year or so since it has been around; credits expire after a year of being earned, so unless one is formally keeping dates, it’s easy to forget and lose credits down the line.
Google Opinion Rewards continues to be an app that rewards users with the occasional credits for taking the random questionnaires. The credits can be used on anything carried on the Play Store, with one important caveat: payments cannot be split, so if a purchase is made using garnered credits, only the credits can be used. if there are not enough credits to purchase the item, one must use another form of payment entirely.